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Apple announces second Sydney shop

Apple announces second Sydney shop

Apple will open its second Sydney retail outlet in Chatswood next weekend.

The new store is situated in Chatswood Chase on Victoria Ave, and will start trading on August 9.

This is the second Apple branded shop in Sydney and, according to a company spokesperson, the opening is part of its continued retail expansion.

Just like the Sydney store, which opened in June, the new outlet will allow customers to try its entire product line including the iPhone, iPod Touch and MacBook Air. It will also feature the Genius Bar, where customers can access help and support, and workshops as well as personal training through its One to One program.

Apple would not comment on the details of the layout of the new store.


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